03/25/2015  |  Taste Saskia — 2015 Lancaster Iron Brewer Homebrew Competition Winner

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Only one beer nabs our “Brewer’s Pick” at the Lancaster Iron Brewer Homebrew Competition, and this year it’s an up-and-coming style that’s exciting brewers and drinkers alike: the tart Gose.

Brewed by Mike DeGrace of Red Lion and named Saskia, the winner is an old-style German wheat beer that’s refreshingly dry with some lactic sourness plus a hint of coriander and minerality from Celtic sea salt at the finish.

Mike DeGrace & Chad Rieker

“This is an exceptional style that’s still very unique and hard to find,” said Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant Lancaster Head Brewer Chad Rieker. “We wanted to experiment with that and put it on tap.”

Saskia is an old reference to a Saxony woman and is in keeping with how Mike names his beers. He likes to relate them to lore from the area where the brew originated, and this mysterious woman is making her presence known in today’s beer scene.

“Gose is a very traditional German style, and I aimed for that authenticity,” Mike added. “What makes it special and a little different is the coriander. Plus, I used a Hefeweizen yeast to give it my own signature, yet not be too out of character.”

Chad says Mike is a “top notch” solid brewer. “He’s a quiet guy, kind of modest. But he knows what he’s doing.”

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The Iron Brewer Homebrew Competition is just three years old and sprung from Chad’s relationship with Lancaster Homebrew. The yearly contest shines a light on the thriving and thirsty community in that area. Clearly it was a good idea: the first year attracted 70 contestants and this year more than 180 tasty submissions passed over the Beer Judge Certification Program experts’ lips.

Collaboration went one step further in 2015 when Chad reached out to friend Rod Smith, co-owner and head brewer at nearby Columbia Kettle Works, to plant the idea that they brew the winning beer there. This is surely a testament to what makes the Lancaster area a destination for beer lovers: the relationships between pro brewers.

“The Iron Brewer ultimate prize is to brew on a big system,” Chad explained. “But the contest is also about community. When I reached out to fellow craft brewers, they didn’t hesitate to say ‘let’s do it.’ They’re nice people and great families. You’ll find [Columbia Kettle Works’] co-owner Bill Collister’s son behind the bar here in Lancaster.“

Meet Our Homebrew Winner

Mike confirms brewing on a big system is “awesome. I’m a mechanical engineer by trade so I’m totally into anything that’s hands-on. It makes it a little more exciting to see it on a bigger scale. Plus the workmanship that went into the equipment is amazing.”

Beer is a family affair for Mike and his wife, Amber, a food and drink writer and blogger who has a particular affinity for all things beer. Mike credits Amber as his craft beer influence and for putting him on the path to homebrewing success when she gifted him a kit six years ago. That changed his palate and created an award-winning hobby, one he’ll no doubt pass along to their kids Asher, 6, and Lotus, 5. Both enjoy helping measure and weigh out the grains when there’s brewing going on at the DeGrace home.

When pressed for a favorite style of beer, Mike hesitates. “I’m constantly trying something new, so I don’t have a particular beer or style that’s a favorite. Lately, I’ve been gravitating toward sours so I’ve been drinking Monk’s Café Flemish Sour Ale. We also always have Tröegs Perpetual in the house—an exceptional value and a fantastic IPA. One of my favorite Iron Hill beers is the Munich Dunkel. I really do like to try everything.”

Taste Saskia

The real winners are Iron Hill and Columbia Kettle Works fans who’ll get to sip Saskia at both locations starting at 5 p.m. on Friday, March 27. Whether you belly up in Lancaster or Columbia or are a homebrewer, a proud beer geek or just curious, you’ll be ordering seconds of this year’s Iron Brewer winner.

With 11 locations in Pennsylvania, Delaware and New Jersey, there’s an Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant near you. We specialize in handcrafted beers and fresh, from-scratch New American cuisine. Monthly releases vary by location, so scout out our beers on tap and visit us soon.

Content provided by Dish Works author Nina Malone. Photo credited to Columbia Kettle Works.

03/19/2015  |  Bacon Mania Invades Iron Hill for March Madness

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Did someone say bacon? Yes we did. From March 19–22, all 11 Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant locations will be going hog wild for the salty, crunchy treat that everyone loves to eat.

From Ardmore to Voorhees and at every Iron Hill between, our restaurants will be putting forth their best Bacon Madness menus for four days, showcasing bacon in ways that you’ve only ever dreamed about. Soup, salad, appetizers, entrees and even desserts … if you want a meal that’s filled with bacon from start to finish, we can do that. Each location will be featuring a different menu starring eight bacon-laden dishes. Take a peek at just a few of the options that will be available and start putting together your Bacon Madness plan of attack:

  • Oyster and Bacon Chowder with crumbled bacon, chives and oyster crackers in Chestnut Hill

  • Mixed Greens Salad with candied bacon, shaved fennel, red onion, apple and apple cider vinaigrette in Phoenixville

  • House-Made Bacon Poutine (pommes frites, bacon gravy and cheddar cheese) in West Chester

  • Scrapple Waffle with griddle tomato, fried onions, maple-bacon mayo and sriracha-ketchup whipped cream in Newark

  • Pork Cassoulet (pork belly, pork loin, sausage and white bean ragout) in North Wales

  • Bacon Meatloaf with smoked cheddar smashed potatoes, brussels sprouts-pepper bacon saute and porter-bacon gravy in Maple Shade

  • Bacon Shoofly Pie with freshly whipped cream and vanilla ice cream in Media

  • 5 Layered Chocolate Bacon Banana Bread with chocolate ganache and vanilla ice cream in Lancaster

  • Sopes—crispy wild boar bacon, caramelized onions, pickled pig skin, queso fresco and cilantro—in Wilmington

Don’t forget to follow along on social media! We’d love to chat all things #BaconMadness with you on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

With 11 locations in Pennsylvania, Delaware and New Jersey, there’s an Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant near you. We specialize in handcrafted beers and fresh, from-scratch New American cuisine. Monthly releases vary by location, so scout out our beers on tap and visit us soon.

Content provided by Dish Works author Michele Kornegay.

03/12/2015  |  Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day 2015 with Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant

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Why limit your St. Pat’s festivities to just one day? Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant has planned five full days of shamrock-loving fun at all 11 locations.

The luck of the Irish will be with you starting on Friday the 13th (of March), when we kick off the party with the release of O’Sullivan Stout, a Dry Irish Stout that speaks to the Irish roots of two of our owners, Mark Edelson and Kevin Finn. A 3.8% ABV classic beer made in the Irish tradition, O’Sullivan boasts a toasty malt flavor and a pronounced bitterness and is served on nitro for a smooth, creamy mouthfeel. O’Sullivan Stout will be released at all Iron Hill locations at 5 p.m. Be there to get one of the first pours!

New this year, we’ll also be offering an Iron Hill black & tan made with O’Sullivan Stout and one of our brand-new house beers, Ore House IPA. The Ore’Sullivan, our take on this traditional blend, starts with a base of Ore House and tops it with O’Sullivan, creating a delicious 5.4% ABV marriage of stout-y roasted malts and IPA hop-liciousness. Grab yours for just $5.75 a pint.

On the day of St. Patrick himself, Tuesday, March 17, we’ll also be featuring an array of Irish-themed food specials. From appetizers to dessert, we’ve got you covered with all the great tastes of the Emerald Isles. Full menu below.

St. Patrick’s Day 2015 Menu:

Potato and Leek Soup

Colcannon Mussels

potatoes, bacon, kale, leeks, garlic and cream


steak-cut fries smothered with stout braised beef brisket, gravy and cheddar

Oysters on the Half Shell (Wellfleets, Ma.)

Corned Beef and Cabbage

beer-braised cabbage, boiled parsley potatoes, baby carrots and brown mustard

Irish Beef Stew

dry stout, potatoes, carrots, green beans and herbs

Shepherd’s Pie

ground lamb, mushrooms, peas and cheesy smashed potatoes

Char-grilled North Atlantic Salmon

champ potatoes, haricots verts, baby carrots, bacon and white wine-butter sauce

Irish Bread Pudding

Served warm with vanilla ice cream, whiskey sauce and caramel

You know the saying: Everyone’s Irish on St. Patrick’s Day. We’ll drink (and eat) to that. Sláinte!

With 11 locations in Pennsylvania, Delaware and New Jersey, there’s an Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant near you. We specialize in handcrafted beers and fresh, from-scratch New American cuisine. Monthly releases vary by location, so scout out our beers on tap and visit us soon.

Content provided by Dish Works author Michele Kornegay.

03/06/2015  |  We Asked, You Answered: How Do You Enjoy Your Iron Hill Beer?

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Are you a strictly by-the-can sipper? Do you prefer to pour your beer into the proper glassware? Is draft beer the only option for you? Do you always opt to take our growlers home?

In conjunction with the launch of our award-winning Russian Imperial Stout in cans, we tapped our Facebook community to see how they prefer to enjoy their Iron Hill beer.

By the Glass:

Over 20 locals chimed in to share their beer-drinking preferences, with the leading option to enjoy Iron Hill beer being by draft, in the glass (13 locals agreed). Gregg K. of Moorestown, New Jersey, even recommended a specific beer: “Tried Luca Brasi [Coffee Stout] on tap at Maple Shade a couple weeks ago. Phenomenal.”

Yes, We Can:

Of course, not all Iron Hill guests are strictly by-the-draft beer drinkers. Matt S. of Washington D.C. suggests our inquiry is a “trick question,” strongly in support of imbibing beer by the can. (Hope he scored his four-pack of stout!). And while drinking beer in house by our draft system reigns supreme, area-wide beer fanatics were sure to take home a few Russians when our latest can release hit the local market. Rich M. of Upper Darby and Kathleen F. even showed us their stouts (see below).

Beer with Food—and a Sense of Humor

Maria B. of Blackwood, New Jersey, took our call for opinions to the next level, sharing that she enjoys her beer not simply by draft, glass or can, but “with crab cakes!” And of course, considering the joviality of the beer-drinking community, our Facebook followers had a sense of humor with this too. Tom B. of Washington state shared that he prefers whatever is “cold and within reach,” while Ralph B. of Wilmington, Del., opts for “whatever is in front” of him.

We even took our latest poll off Facebook, asking a few regulars—and even an Iron Hill VIP—about how they prefer to enjoy their favorite Iron Hill beers.

Growlers To-Go:

King of the Hill member Jason T. of Media chimed back that he loves his beer by the growler, typically popping into his local Iron Hill to grab whatever IPA is on tap while taking advantage of our two pizzas and growler takeout special (only $25!). (We even caught him in action of snagging this deal!)

Bottled Reserves:

Bryan K. of Malvern admitted that he’s particularly partial to our bottled reserve program, revealing that he’s “long enjoyed Iron Hill bottled products and their growing selection of special beers in tastefully packaged 750ml caged/corked bottles. Their limited distribution lends a sense of rarity that has made them an even more attractive talking point with wait staff and neighboring diners at our favorite BYOBs.”

His favorite bottle? “F.red—which fits a category all unto itself. It’s a wonderful sour full of both sweetness and puckering sourness and is a delight that doesn’t come around often enough for fans of the style.”

Always a pleasure to scout out our Director of Brewing Operations Mark Edelson haunting around a local Iron Hill. He also chimes in about the beauty—and rarity—of our reserves. “Part of the fun of crafting these limited-editions beers is making them collectible,” he suggests. “Jeff [Schaller] has created some amazing art for us over the years by sketching memorable labels for our most special beers.”

How do you prefer to enjoy your Iron Hill beer? Share with us in the comments! And be sure drink socially with us by following along on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

With 11 locations in Pennsylvania, Delaware and New Jersey, there’s an Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant near you. We specialize in handcrafted beers and fresh, from-scratch New American cuisine. Monthly releases vary by location, so scout out our beers on tap and visit us soon.

Content provided by Dish Works author Amy Strauss.

03/04/2015  |  Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark (Beers)

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What’s the difference between a stout and a porter, how are they made and—most importantly—why should you drink them?

For those who don’t consider themselves dark beer lovers, Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant’s Mark Edelson, Director of Brewery Operations, is out to show you why you should give these malty, rich beers a try.

In a recent article for County Lines Magazine, Mark broke down the “controversy” about what makes a porter different than a stout, shared a bit of history about dark beers in Europe and Ireland, offered up some suggestions of foods that make perfect pairings and recommended a few for you to try—including, of course, our own award-winning Russian Imperial Stout.

Allow us to shine some light on dark beers:

Check out Mark’s article in County Lines Magazine!

With 11 locations in Pennsylvania, Delaware and New Jersey, there’s an Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant near you. We specialize in handcrafted beers and fresh, from-scratch New American cuisine. Monthly releases vary by location, so scout out our beers on tap and visit us soon.

Content provided by Dish Works author Michele Kornegay.

03/02/2015  |  Kevin Finn Talks About Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant in Huntingdon Valley

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Hello Iron Hill and “Save the Corner Cafe” Fans,

As you are all aware, we recently announced that we have signed a lease and intend to open in Huntingdon Valley, PA. We are extremely excited to be a part of Huntingdon Valley community but there seems to be some misinformation circulating regarding the site and Iron Hill in general and I would like to respond with facts.

  1. Iron Hill’s lease does not force any of the current tenants at the Huntingdon Valley Shopping Center to be moved, closed or evicted.
  2. Iron Hill’s lease has no restrictions on cafes or coffee shops such as Corner Café. We did ask for restrictions on other brewery/restaurants and gastropubs.
  3. Iron Hill is not going into the space occupied by Corner Café. We are occupying the space that was recently vacated by Rite Aid.
  4. Iron Hill is a restaurant with over 70% of our sales coming from food.
  5. Iron Hill is family friendly: Iron Hill was named “Best Kids Restaurant” and “Best Adventurous Restaurant for Kids” by Philadelphia Magazine, “Best Kid’s Menu” by Main Line Today Magazine and are continuously recognized as “Kid Friendly” on OpenTable.
  6. Iron Hill gives back to the community. Through Iron Hill’s Triple Chocolate Hill dessert program, each of our eleven locations raise money for local charities such as Weavers Way Community Program in Chestnut Hill and the Ardmore Food Pantry. The Triple Chocolate Hill program has also raised over $200,000 for our national charity, CureSeach for Children’s Cancer. We also help hyper local charities raise money through our Give 20 Local Fundraising Opportunity, which donated over $40,000 in 2014. Finally, Iron Hill has been recognized five times by the National Restaurant Association “Restaurant Neighbor Award” in Delaware and Pennsylvania.
  7. Iron Hill is a locally owned company. All three founding members are still actively engaged in the business and live in Chester County, PA.

As a member of the Pennsylvania Restaurant and Lodging Association board of directors, I work hard to support Pennsylvania restaurants and the restaurant industry and would never jeopardize any other restaurateur’s business or livelihood.

We are truly excited about the opportunity to open Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant in Huntingdon Valley and hope to see you at our restaurant.

Thanks for your time.

Kevin Finn
Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant



03/01/2015  |  Welcome to the Family: O’Sullivan Stout Debuts Just in Time for St. Patrick’s Day

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The very Irish name to be newly bestowed upon our signature Irish Dry Stout comes with a tale as charming as the Emerald Isle itself. It starts with two lads on a journey and ends with this year’s release of O’Sullivan Stout.

Four years before Mark Edelson and Kevin Finn opened their first Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant with Kevin Davies, they found themselves heading to a wedding in Belgium and decided to detour through Ireland. Mark and Kevin both have Irish roots, and Mark’s family homestead still stands proudly in Glanworth, County Cork. They’d heard tales of the town from Mark’s grandfather, who, though US born, spent summers in Ireland. Mark’s great uncle, Tomás O’Sullivan, still lives on the family homestead and, even in his late 80s, keeps himself busy raising greyhounds. And mowing the family cemetery.

“You would not believe how important the cemetery is there,” Mark explained. “That’s the first place he took us, telling us about the entire family history as we went from gravestone to gravestone. He even had my great grandmother’s obituary that proudly talked about the sons she raised and how they fought for Ireland.”

The day was filled with many stories, as the homestead dates back more than a century. Mark and Kevin no doubt gave Tomás a new tale to tell, as they didn’t call ahead about their visit but instead surprised him. Glanworth is such a small village that they simply stopped in the post office, asked where Tomás lived and made their way to his front door, where they were greeted with back slaps and hugs and a trip to the pub for a pint (or several) of that other dry Irish stout.

As avid award-winning homebrewers, Mark and Kevin’s four days in Ireland did include a pilgrimage to the Guinness Brewery. Yet all these years later the moments that really stick are family and a small Irish village, and relatives and new friends so happy to meet the boys from the states.

“We ran into one of my grandfather’s childhood friends, and when Uncle Tomás asked, ‘Guess who this is?,’ he was close—he thought I was my uncle, but he knew I was family,” Mark added.

As of Friday, March 13, at 5 p.m., O’Sullivan Stout will return to the Iron Hill family—which first debuted in 2014. Simultaneously released at all 11 Iron Hill locations, the Stout will be celebrated through St. Patrick’s Day, Tuesday, March 17. O’Sullivan Stout (OG: 1.038; Color: 50; IBU: 20; ABV: 3.8%) is a classic made in the Irish tradition: it’s black in color with a toasty malt flavor and a pronounced bitterness, served on nitro for a smooth and creamy mouthfeel. It will be the perfect accompaniment to the Irish food specials running St. Patrick’s Day weekend.

Better yet, for 2015, we will be offering an Iron Hill “Black & Tan” crafted with O’Sullivan Stout and Ore House IPA. If you haven’t tried our new house IPA, this will be the perfect opportunity to do so!

Mark’s family has been ecstatic over the renaming since the O’Sullivan Stout officially debuted last year. You’ll be delighted when you get your share and taste what it’s like to come from the Land of Saints and Scholars. Sláinte!

Content provided by Dish Works author Nina Malone.

02/26/2015  |  The Force Runs Strong at Iron Hill Wilmington’s Dark Side Event

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Adventure. Excitement. A Jedi may not crave these things, but you can. Join Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant this Saturday, February 28, for The Dark Side, Delaware Valley’s annual premier dark beer event.

There is no try. Just get yourself to Iron Hill Wilmington from 1–5 p.m., when we’ll not only be releasing The Dark Side—a full-bodied, dark German-style lager with toasted malt sweetness balanced with a slight hop bitterness—but will also have these other dark brews on tap:


The idea for the annual event came from the naming of the beer. Brian Finn (head brewer and creator of The Dark Side) wanted to make a lager that was stronger than Schwarzbier and darker than Munich Dunkel. The name is a nod to his love for both Star Wars and Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon. At the third Dark Side party someone realized that they had a Darth Vader costume; from then on getting a photo with the Sith Lord has become a tradition at the event.

Try all eight beers in a sampler, or go with your favorite in a full-sized pour. King of the Hill members, come an hour early to the party and also enjoy an exclusive beer just for you: Oak-Aged Russian Imperial on nitro, our award-winning Russian Imperial Stout aged in oak wine barrels for one year to add a distinct mellow oak character. This beer is very limited, with only one wine barrel being filled.

Dust off your light saber, hop in your Millennium Falcon and join us in Wilmington for an afternoon of Star Wars and dark beer fun!

With 11 locations in Pennsylvania, Delaware and New Jersey, there’s an Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant near you. We specialize in handcrafted beers and fresh, from-scratch New American cuisine. Monthly releases vary by location, so scout out our beers on tap and visit us soon.

Content provided by Dish Works’ author Michele Kornegay.

02/20/2015  |  Celebrate Russian Imperial Stout with Steak, Then Take Some Home in Cans

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Foodies, beer lovers and Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant fans can make it hearty from Friday, February 20, to Sunday, March 1, by ordering up one of our mouth-watering Steak and Stout menu selections.

Paired with our most awarded beer, Russian Imperial Stout, these stick-to-your-ribs dinners will be the stuff memories are made of, and we trust you’ll hurry back for more.

“Nothing sounds better to me on a frozen winter’s night than a hearty steak dinner and a full-bodied stout, and that’s exactly what we’ll be serving in honor of Russian Imperial Stout’s continued dominance,” said Director of Brewing Operations and Iron Hill co-owner Mark Edelson.

Russian Imperial Stout is full-bodied and starts with a complex, malty sweet and roasty character, yet it’s wonderfully balanced thanks to citrusy American hops. It has earned a wealth of recognition from the Great American Beer Festival (GABF) and the World Beer Cup (WBC):

  • 2003 GABF gold medal

  • 2006 GABF gold medal

  • 2006 WBC bronze medal

  • 2010 GABF gold medal

  • 2010 WBC gold medal

  • 2011 GABF silver medal

  • 2012 WBC gold medal

  • 2012 GABF bronze medal

  • 2013 GABF silver medal

  • 2014 WBC gold medal

“Twelve years later, Russian Imperial Stout continues to proudly represent our talented brewers thanks to its peerless flavor and their relentless commitment to quality,” Mark added.

Work up a thirst by sinking your teeth into one of these Steak and Stout stars that range in price from $21.95 to $34.95:

  • New York Strip Steak au Poivre with smashed Yukon Gold potatoes, glazed haricots verts and green peppercorn sauce

  • Bacon-Wrapped Filet Mignon with Boursin cheese-smashed potatoes, asparagus spears, cipollini onions and Madeira wine sauce

  • Char-Grilled Ribeye Steak, a 16-oz. cut with glazed haricots verts, sweet potato fries, crispy onion rings and chimichurri sauce

  • Steak and Fries, char-grilled flank steak with wedge fries, shallot-herb butter and A-2 sauce

  • Petite Filet Mignons, served with sweet corn and crab sauté, wilted spinach, smashed Yukon Gold potatoes and Madeira wine sauce

But, it gets better…

As if that wasn’t enough reason to hop in the car and get to your nearest Iron Hill, we’re also paying homage to our much-lauded and much-loved Russian Imperial Stout by offering it—for a limited time—in four-packs of 16-oz. cans. Four-packs are $22 each (takeout only) and 16-oz. cans are $8 each, available for in-store purchase at all Iron Hill locations, while supplies last.

Feel like royalty when noshing these meals fit for a king by joining our King of the Hill Rewards Club. Exclusive club perks start the minute you join, so don’t delay. We have 11 locations now, so digging into a steak and sipping our famous Russian Imperial Stout is easy-peasy, not to mention an incredibly delicious way to spend dinnertime.

With 11 locations in Pennsylvania, Delaware and New Jersey, there’s an Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant near you. We specialize in handcrafted beers and fresh, from-scratch New American cuisine. Monthly releases vary by location, so scout out our beers on tap and visit us soon.

Content provided by Dish Works author Nina Malone.

02/19/2015  |  Iron Hill Donates $1,321 to West Chester Food Cupboard

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Kudos to our West Chester location for raising $1,321 for the West Chester Food Cupboard. Through the month of November 2014, our Assistant Director of Culinary Operations Dan Bethard spearheaded an end-of-the-year charity campaign, where all proceeds from his featured apple butternut squash soup were donated to the local cause.

Each Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant location strives to participate locally in civic and community service, such as sponsoring Muscular Dystrophy Lock-Ups, hosting an annual brewery festival to benefit the Media Youth Center, participating in events to benefit a local chapter of Habitat for Humanity and brewing signature charity beer with a local celebrity. Better yet, .75 of each Chocolate Hill sold is donated to a select local charity per location, with our West Chester location supporting the CureSearch for Children’s Cancer and Home of the Sparrow for 2015.

Iron Hill also hosts recurring Give Back 20 nights, where a portion a day’s proceeds are donated to nonprofit organizations in the neighborhood.

With 11 locations in Pennsylvania, Delaware and New Jersey, there’s an Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant near you. We specialize in handcrafted beers and fresh, from-scratch New American cuisine. Monthly releases vary by location, so scout out our beers on tap and visit us soon.

Content provided by Dish Works‘ author Amy Strauss.